- The Hollywood Reporter via Yahoo! NewsJul 16 09:00 PM
She has five films in the works, including Cannes entries ‘Youth’ and ‘The Lobster.’
- ContactmusicJul 13 08:22 AM
Hollywood actress Rachel Weisz has perfect hair according to Kevin Mancuso, global hair creative director of Nexus New York Salon.
- Nine O'ClockJul 16 08:58 AM
Rachel Weisz- back to Romanian studios Oscar winner Rachel Weisz on... Romanian actress Anamaria Marinca was awarded the best female... Two Romanian productions signed by Corneliu Porumboiu and Razvan...
- ContactmusicJul 15 04:07 AM
Daniel Craig, His Wife Rachel Weisz, And His Former Bond Co-star Dame Judi Dench Have Signed An Open Letter To British Prime Minister David Cameron Urging His Party To Save The Bbc.
- Deadline HollywoodJul 28 01:29 AM
The Whistleblower helmer Larysa Kondracki has signed a one-year directing and first-look development deal with Starz . Under the pact, she will direct an upcoming episode of drama series Power. Kondracki co-wrote and directed the 2010 feature The Whistleblower starring Rachel Weisz. It was inspired by the story of Nebraska police officer Kathryn Bolkovac, who became a UN peacekeeper in post-war...
- Daily TelegraphJul 14 02:29 PM
JK Rowling, Judi Dench and Chris Evans among celebrities to sign letter telling the Prime Minister: "a diminished BBC would mean a diminished Britain"
- Daily MailJul 16 03:10 AM
Despite overwhelming evidence that Danny Cohen, its director of television, masterminded the involvement of signatories, the BBC repeatedly refused to admit its involvement.
- CNNJul 10 02:41 PM
Maisie Williams is best known around the world as kick-ass teenage heroine Arya from the hit TV show, A Game of Thrones. But before the sword, Braavosi style fighting and direwolves, she was not always so confident.
- Daily MailJul 14 06:55 PM
Some 29 celebrities, including Dame Judi Dench and Daniel Craig, have put their names to an open letter to the Prime Minister in which they argue that the BBC is ‘the envy of the world’.
- The Sunday TimesJul 11 04:29 PM
THE headmistress of the best performing school in Britain over recent years has warned that the brightest schoolgirls will in the future choose to go straight into a job at the age of 18 rather than go to university.